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Latest Year In Review Posts

Happy First Birthday to Arbitration Nation!

By Liz Kramer | August 13 2012

Uncategorized, Year In Review Take out your birthday hats and balloons -- Arbitration Nation is celebrating its first full year of existence!  I have enjoyed reading all the developments in arbitration law over the past year and connecting with many people -- through this blog, listservs, emails and Twitter-- about their reactions to the case...

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Arbitration Nation Among Best “Blawgs” of 2011

By Liz Kramer | January 10 2012

Uncategorized, Year In Review Big day here at Arbitration Nation.  The U.S. Supreme Court issued a new arbitration decision and Arbitration Nation was named one of the best legal blogs in Minnesota!  I am honored to be in the company of such great legal writing.

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It’s A Wrap: 2011 in Arbitration Law

By Liz Kramer | December 30 2011

Scope of Arbitration Agreement, Validity of Arbitration Agreement, Year In Review As we pile up the cardboard boxes that held holiday gifts for the recycling truck and select our new year's resolutions for 2012, here are a few reflections on the last twelve months in arbitration law.  I would summarize it as another year where the U.S. Supreme Court was playing whack-a-mole, trying to tamp...

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